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and indiana and that's what's charging in our direction. we will eventually start to moisten up a little more. we will go from mid-50s and sun this morning. 6:51 sunrise and push it to a partly cloudy 70 degree afternoon and clouds stay with us much of the rest of the week. tanya. >> reporter: in harford county 95 southbound at mountain road we have an accident there. the off-ramp to get from southbound 95 to mountain road is closed so we have to go northbound and turn around. let's look at 95. this is on the southwest side in arbutus. 59 northbound traffic is flowing-- 95 northbound traffic is flowing freely. the ram to 695 westbound is open. 895 at harbor tunnel, the traffic is knoll freely. traffic to the right is going into the tunt -- traffic is flowing freely. traffic to the right is going into the tunnel. >>> police are retracing the final hours of robyn gardner. her travel companion gary giordano is the lead suspect and this morning abc2's carin redmond is standing by. >> reporter: the lead investigators say the purpose of today's reenactment is to get a better understanding of the ex
incorporate some students. our campaign 2012 bas it is visiting a high school in indiana, until the next 45 minutes we will hear from 15 students participating in the program. the high school is located in northwest indiana, and over 1000 students attend. thank you for preparing the students for the call in, and comcast cable for sponsoring the visit. our first student is jesse. >> how would you suggest to financially restore the united states postal service besides cutting back employment and benefits? guest: we think it is simple. there will be a slow, gradual change in the post office that needs to be done. we recognize there are people that will not use the post office and probably never use it again, but there is $65 billion of revenue by people that are utilizing the postal service. they should be done gradually. they should be done humanely, was consideration of the poor communities and rural areas, so they did not lose their service. that could be done by using these over-funding, the money ained.as been dreame that is the humane way of doing this. you have to remember, if you read
. an indiana neighborhood shaken by this incredible crime that we've been talking to you about the last several days. a huge mystery there. a murder mystery. five people are dead shot execution style. what cops don't know what the killings has everybody living on high alert in the neighborhood. a closer look at why you may want to hold off on buying gold right now. we'll have that coming up. americans are always ready to work hard for a better future. since ameriprise financial was founded back in 1894, they've been committed to putting clients first. helping generations through tough times. good times. never taking a bailout. there when you need them. helping millions of americans over the centuries. the strength of a global financial leader. the heart of a one-to-one relationship. together for your future. ♪ your nutritional needs can go up when you're on the road to recovery. proper nutrition can help you get back on your feet. three out of four doctors recommend the ensure brand for extra nutrition. ensure clinical strength has revigor and thirteen grams of protein to protect, preserve, a
. >> no word on the man's condition, why he ran or if he will face charges. indiana. a new push to keep up the search for a missing indiana university student. the parents of lauren spierer organizing a concert on campus. the last time anybody saw the 20-year-old nearly four months ago. she was walking bare foot toward her apartment at 4:30 in the morning. new york. firefighters in brooklyn honoring a little boy who is a big hero. this 7-year-old receiving a junior emt award for saving his mom with a 911 call after she had a seizure. >> shaking. come as fast as you can okay? >> mom doing okay now: missouri, meet medusa. super sized snake in a classroom all its own. now an attraction at a haunted host. the guinness folks are about to identify it as the world's largest snake. medusa 300 pounds, 26 feet long and still growing and that's a fox watch across america. >> i'm trace gallagher in for shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. taking the fifth. top executives from the solar energy company solyndra refusing to testify on capitol h
're from louisiana, california, indiana, illinois. every year you keep seeing more t-shirts for more locations. after katrina we just jumped on his bandwagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> it's a big dysfunctional family reunion of all the disaster survivors who get together and do a barn raising. >> those relationships help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> for more information go to cnnheroes.com. that's all for us tonight. . >>> good saturday morning. three people are believed to be part of a possible terror plot against the u.s. plan to coincide with the 9/11 ceremonies. two of the three people are american citizens. we will give you the latest on the possible terror threat. >>> listen to the week the firefighters have had in texas. they responded close to 200 wildfires since sunday. president obama declaring an emergency there as homes continue to burn. >>> and today, nasa is he
from ellettsville, indiana... and a high school latin teacher from fredericksburg, virginia... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"-- alex trebek! thank you, johnny gilbert. welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the first half of our 2-game finals in our first ever "jeopardy!" teachers tournament. at the end of tomorrow's program-- thanks to educational insights, the makers of classroom jeopardy!-- we will be giving away $175,000 in cash to these three players. good luck. here we go. and your categories for this first round of play...
's another story we're watching closely, breaking details on a mass murder in rural indiana. while police are piecing together this event that left five dead south of indianpolis on sunday, the family says the evidence points to one thing and that is drugs. rick folbaum is checking this for us at the breaking news desk. >> reporter: you know, this is a very tough story. we're waiting for autopsy results that should be released fairly soon. this could give police a clue, a clue that they desperately need to try to figure out exactly what they're dealing with here. it was sunday afternoon, law enforcement found a man dead inside an rv and that may -- then they found the bodies of two other males and two females at another property right across the street from the rv. we're told that four of the five people were all members of the same family, they include a man, his ex-wife, and their two grown children. a neighbor is saying there's a history of drug dealing that takes place in this area. there is some speculation that the shooter or shooters are among the dead, but right now, police say th
yesterday totaled... a high school english teacher from ellettsville, indiana... whose cash winnings total... and a high school latin teacher from fredericksburg, virginia... who won $26,300 yesterday. and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"-- alex trebek! thanks, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. you've heard me say this many, many times in our tournaments in the past, but the contestant who was in a distant third position after day one often winds up winning it. so, larry, don't despair. you've got $7,000. lori in the lead with $26,300, and charles on the board with $18,800. let's get rid of those numbers. we will add those figures
. >>> investigators are trying to piece together a spring of murders in rural indiana. five people were found dead at two separate homes outside indianapolis over the weekend. a cause of death is unknown but the person responsible for the murders could be among those deceased. >>> new york's police commissioner created nypd's own antiterrorism unit, saying they are prepared for anything, including threats from above. if it came down to it, the city could take down a plane. >>> a six-ton satellite crashed to earth only saturday, breaking into pieces as it fell. there's no word where it came down. nasa thinks the debris ended up in the pacific ocean but can't be sure because it can't pinpoint when it entered the atmosphere. >>> the orioles are headed home tonight to host the red sox. they are coming after on eight- game road trip that took them through detroit where they won last night. michael vick is back on the injury list after his hand was broken yesterday in what he says was a late hand. >> something cat trophic happened and broke my hand, not to blame the refs. but it was an unfortunate situa
. >> a disturbing story out of indiana. a young woman escapes after being kidnapped by her own father. it is all caught on tape. surveillance video shows a 21- year-old woman running naked from the car into a liquor store. the owner said she had a rope tied around the ankle which he read into the store. moments later, her half naked father runs into the store and crabs are in a headlock and bulls are back toward the car. >> she was scared to death. she was shaken. >> as the woman's father attempts to leave the scene police pull up and they arrest him. 55-year-old is charged with criminal confinement and battery. he said he conducted her -- his daughter from oklahoma and was heading to his home in michigan. also caught on tape, an ambush at a restaurant. as you see on the video, he is seen tossing items off the counter. he takes a swing in the year before leaving. he was not finished. he came back. he grabbed a mop and hit the workers with it. police say he was upset about the disease -- he was upset about the desert portion of his meal. >> anger management may be. >>> the golden arches are rolli
at the clouds though back in indiana and ohio moving this way. there are some showers here. they're fairly light. i don't expect the moisture from the showers to reach us but i do expect the clouds to be building toward us during the afternoon. hey, going down toward virginia beach or down toward eastern north carolina, ocean city, more clouds and maybe a few showers over the weekend but you'll notice here that we've got the clouds with us tonight at times tomorrow. so, it won't be perfectly blue but we start out with sunshine today and varying clouds today, tonight, tomorrow. 68 today. back in the 40s and 50s tonight. saturday, we're looking at the upper 60s with partly to mostly cloudy conditions. sunday for the 'skins. partly sunny. low 70s. next week, we rebound some. mid-70s by monday. up near 80 on tuesday. could be an afternoon thunderstorm and then wednesday and thursday look unsettled but warm. monika is in now with timesaver traffic. >> what i want to tell you, everybody, is i just got off the phone with authorities in arlington and eastbound route 50 is still closed basically between
, california, indiana and illinois. every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina we jumped on his bandwagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> this big dysfunctional reunion of all these disaster survivors to do a barn raising. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate in that volunteer spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this and, you want to thank me? show up on the next one. >> jeff's group has also restored an american flag from ground zero now known as the national 9/11 flag. to find out more about jeff's work or make a donation, you can go to cnnheroes.com. join the conversation at cnn heroes facebook and twitter pages. >>> turning back to politics in a moment. michele bachmann was one of the first to come out publicly against president obama's jobs plan. some say her criticism wasn't so much about substance as it was about trying to reenergize her own campaign. >>> lenny and maria, our friends are with me now. lenny, i hope you can match her fiery spirit. she's already spouting off on twitter
having spent the day in indiana. so it's a particulay important straw poll, too. there is only two that matter in the aggregate for presidential politics. one in iowa, we saw that. michele bachmann won it but hasn't been able to capitalize on the victory. the florida straw poll, this one is the fifth presidential cycle where this convention is taking place. has been indicator in the past, the people that won the straw polls went on to be president. ronald reagan, george h. bush were all winners. they won the straw poll and ended up in the white house. a lot is riding on this and the perry campaign is looking for a big win. you're right about that. romney is not organizing. jon huntsman is ignoring it. the candidates that took part in the fox news debate will be on the ballot with the exception of gary johnson, the new mexico governor who simply didn't participate. >> uma: it will be a big time out there. i tell you. people are looking forward to count votes. you'll keep close watch throughout the day. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> uma: coming up later this hour we talk to the new
effects. >> yeah. we're talking about four states in all, utah, indiana, georgia and arizona, all passed similar laws, but none of them nearly as tough as the alabama law and all or parts of those laws he also been temporarily blocked by federal judges who have ruled that the states are overstepping the federal government's authority. but the federal judge in alabama, interestingly, she mad the opposite ruling, saying, in fact, that the states and the feds can work in tandem saying local officials have some inherent authority to assist in the enforcement of federal immigrationing laws, so long as the local government cooperates with the federal government. so now you have different federal judges giving different rulings which the experts say likely means the supreme court will ultimately decide this issue, shep. >> shep: there are other parts of this law in alabama that could go into effect later? >> yeah. because the judge temporarily blocked some key parts of this law because they didn't apparently compliment the federal government law, including some very tough provisions here that s
,000 bail each. sarah shourd was released last year. >>> a disturbing find in rural indiana. five people shot to death in their homes. investigators are releasing very little information at this point. they're not sure whether one person is responsible for the shootings or whether the suspect or suspects is among the dead. police originally responded to the scene for report of a toddler out in the street. they say that child led officers to the homes where they found the bodies. >>> it is now 5:34. happening today, we expect to learn how extensive the damage is to the washington monument. this afternoon the national park service will talk about what engineers found and how long repairs will take. the 550-foot structure has been closed to the public since last month's 5.8 magnitude earthquake. last year the park service planned to winterize the monument to prevent further damage during the colder months. >>> today prince william county officials and residents will meet to discuss the possibility of bringing metro rail to woodbridge. congressman jerry connelly has been pushing for a feasib
the next community. from louisiana, california and indiana and illinois. every year, you keep seeing more t-shirts from more locations. >> after katrina, we jumped on his band wagon. >> this is a big dysfunctional family reunion of the survivors who get together to do a barn raising. >> you are banging nails and building relationships to help you heal. >> it is using the anniversary to celebrate in the volunteer spirit. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say if you want to thank me, show up to the next one. >>> 22 minutes past the hour now. we are seeing the heightened security for the 9/11. it is raising animosity with small town folks and border patrol agents. especially the border between u.s. and canada. safety versus national security. that is in this morning's passport. stay with me. [ male announcer ] it's a fact: your nutritional needs can go up when you're on the road to recovery. proper nutrition can help you get back on your feet. three out of four doctors recommend the ensure brand for extra nutrition. ensure clinical strength has revigor and thirteen grams of protein to
: the suspect is under arrest. >>> indiana. a dump truck coming to a stop on the edge of an i-55 overpass in indianapolis. you can see part of the vehicle hanging there with its front wheels dangling over a parking lot. officials say the truck may have jackknifed due to rainy conditions. >>> minnesota. investigators trying to figure out who stole 150 pigs from a farm southwest of st. paul. the owner says he didn't immediately notice they were missing. >> doors were all dead bolted. there is a security system here. we thought it was very secure. apparently we got to do more work. >> shep: the livestock reportedly worth more than $30,000. and that's a fox watch. across america. >> shep: i'm shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. a busy day at the united nations as world leaders discuss libya's new government. a possible response to the slaughter happening now in syria, and the palestinians push for full statehood. we've just learned this hour that the president of the united states will meet with the palestinian president abbas tomo
cuyahoga creek as gotten worse. >> if indiana has to build a new bridge, where will the money come from? >> obviously, you can see from sky 11 the emergency workers are doing what they can after this collapse directly into the mississippi. >> clearly, we have significant, multi-trillion dollar issues when it comes to our infrastructure, matters of dire national importance, national security, national pride, and most importantly, national safety. meanwhile, we have millions of out of work americans and piles of soldiers we would all love to bring home from war. wouldn't it be nice to match the unemployed and returning soldiers to american infrastructure to solve a problem? isn't that what a job really is at the end of the day? and joining us now is barry lapatner, new york-based real estate lawyer, and a leader in the infrastructure construction business. most importantly, for our purposes today, he has authored a book, it's entitled "too big to fall: america's failing infrastructure and the way forward," and you basically argue, if you thought too big to fail was a risk, wait until you
ago. one retired hero is headed back to new york for the first time since 9/11. a dog from indiana named keiser who was part of the fema search and rescue team. he will participate in the 9/11 tribute tomorrow. 300 dogs in all assisted in the search and rescue that soon turned into a recovery effort. exclusive to the military. and commitment is not limited to one's military oath. the same set of values that drive our nation's military are the ones we used to build usaa bank. from free checking to credit cards to loans, our commitment to the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. ♪ visit us online to learn what makes our bank so different. usaa. we know what it means to serve. with water-activated ingredients and was transported to paradise. my hair flowing with softness and shine... as nature intended. [ female announcer ] someone's been doing the herbal! herbal essences collections. her morning begins with arthritis pain. that's a coffee and two pills. the afternoon tour begins with more pain and more pills. the evening guests arrive. back to sore knees. back t
pattern as late. yesterday got quite a bit of rain from indiana indian head, maryland. here's the setup. to have moisture. if you see this moisture through the carolinas into virginia the trajectory should take it to the south and east. there are a lot of clouds but from time to time we will get nto some sunshine. advisory to our south and with areas of ng visibility. but i am hopeful. better day. today and tomorrow. finally drying out by the week. of next >> thanks. watching. ou for you have a great day.
to address the court later this week in a final plea for her freedom. >>> police in indiana are still investigating a gruesome scene as they discovered five people shot to death in their homes. state police say they were called to a neighborhood after a toddler was found wandering the streets yesterday. the child led officers to the homes where they found the bodies. investigators aren't sure if one person is responsible for the shootings or if the suspect or suspects are among the dead. >>> it was as big as a bus, but nasa says trying to find pieces of its massive satellite are more like trying to find needles in a bunch of haystacks. the space agency believes most of the 20-year-old satellite plunged safely in the ocean. however, it's possible some landed in the state of washington, oregon, or even in canada. it's the largest spacecraft to crash back to earth uncontrolled since the sky lab space station back in 1979. >>> reading "the baltimore sun" online will no longer be free. the newspaper will begin charging readers for its online content starting next month. digital subscribers
has done, great examples on the internet. indiana -- >> those are american companies. >> i've had obviously an iphone. i think apple, google, facebook wonders examples where it's like, you know, you're sort of lakers are competition? you're not even sure. [laughter] >> how is it that america is able to innovate so well given all the challenges we have great companies like that performing so well? >> in other words, the nation is a great innovator. how do you explain that? how does i continue to have been? >> it's kind of like a statement about democracy. you know, it's a bad system, but it's the least bad. well, the united states is the lease that encourage innovation. in silicon valley actually everything is particularly good at encourage innovation. the silicon valley orders of magnitude that is in any place in the world for creating new companies and fostering innovation is quite remarkable. so i don't think we actually need to worry about another country out there out innovativeness. i think like him a like him salinization in the world comes from america. it's true. a ridicul
market share indiana states will be a part with market share in other part of all. i also expecting more and more companies were dodging this worldwide. and i'd to believe that this will be a win-win-win situation for the u.s., for china, and also for worldwide economy. >> last word? >> i think that at national levels both governments will continue to do what they do now, which is managed each others' expectations and manage tension. i think it's important for china to increase transparency, particularly on security issues and to let its intentions be more transparently known. i think when it comes to business they will be intensified competition as china moves up the value chain. and that means they will be intensified friction. you would expect that. the trading relationship is very large now and it's going to be much larger 10 years from now. and i think that chinese and americans will continue to share one common feature, and that is being pragmatic, being extremely practical, and that will hopefully form a foundation for a strong underlying relationship as these tensions are managed
the system will continue. host: sam in indiana, thanks for helping. thanks for- >> holding. caller: i have worked since i was 15. i became disabled. i had to wait two years for medicare to kick in. my wife and i got married, she was 17 and i was 19. our first son came along a year later. she started to work, and he was getting sick all the time, in and out in the indiana cold. we decided to go traditional but she stayed at home, raise the kids. now she had some blockages in her stomach. i was working, had health care through my work at the time. she almost died -- host: sam, i apologize, but we are running a little close on time. could you ask your question or final comments? what would you like rachel garfield to comment on? caller: she cannot get coverage because my income -- there are states limits. we have no kids at home anymore. host: you don't have insurance through your job? caller: no. i am covered for medicare now. -- through medicare now. i cannot find anybody to cover her for anything under $11,000 deductible. host: all right, sam, thank you very much. along with his comments,
to bring all of this moisture in around parts of indiana and towards kentucky. coastal areas will see a little bit of rain and scattered showers. it's going to be muggy and cloudy for the next couple of days, across the east. big rain moving into across the pacific northwest, it's going to drop temperatures down a lot. the tropics, very, very active right now. hurricane hillary, it's going to move in and affect parts of the baja peninsula and not worried about the stuff in the bahamas. and felipe. a 45 mile per hour storm, none of those looks like they'll be affecting the u.s., which is good news. back to you. >> alisyn: thank you. all right, coming up, president obama says his jobs plan will put african-americans back to work and the next guest said that black voters should think twice before believing him. he did vote for the president in 2008. and he comes from a long line of civil rights activists and now he's not happy with the president. we'll talk to eric in minutes. >> did you see this at the republican debate. >> newt gingrich calling your bluff. you really want to be preside
controversy. >> that looks like a snow cone it is an adult snow cone. a great for the haute, indiana summer. >> bidders, angostora bitters and a bushel of fresh mint >> just break the oil. to release the aroma. >> let me tell people that sunset " los angeles verses san francisco smackdown at the santa where ri ranc margarita ranch. www.savorcentralcoast.com and i think everybody from norrish and the ultimate test. we will be back with more kron 4 news this weekend to. >> we want to bring you the latest of richmond where police are looking for a driver that hit and killed a man in a wheelchair last night in this neighborhood. craig sklar is there with the latest on the investigations. cried, good morning. >> good morning if this is a very and ----eosmond he was struck last night. here, and was projected all the way over to the other side of the intersection in his wheelchair. they are treating this as a hit and run. the person it did this, he and went west. this is an older, dark lexus residents tell me that what they saw in the aftermath. i mentione one spoke with one person to say that it
% of the democrats think it's fair. indiana -dz 35% think it's fair. the majority say no it isn't. >> when governor perry made his statements about it being a ponzi scream it created a firestorm. megyn: the majority of the republicans are with it. >> that's correct. now, were he to win the nomination and go to the general election, then among the overall electorate it might be more of a problem. perry they indicate wants to fix social security not end it. that may not be the problem for him that some thought earlier. megyn: mitt romney is out on a campaign trying to convince the american public that rick perry doesn't want to fix it. i don't think it's resonating with voters, i think they think wabts to fix it. peter brown, thank you so much. very interesting. again, folks news and google are partnering to host tonight's republican to bee date from orlando, florida. bret baiemany, many of our viewers submitting questions for the candidates. we will have those questions as well tonight. you in essence will be the fourth panel lis on our debate panel. you can catch it all tonight, 9:00 eastern, right
. >> australia. >> minnesota. >> minnesota. >> indiana. >> california. >> california. >> texas. >> texas. one more. all right. welcome to happy friday. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on this morning we want to tell you about. we'll start with the amazing twitter pictures. take a look at ocean city, maryland. a couple of shots were sent in after the tornado last night and waterspouts. here's the board, though. we plan our weekend. could texas be getting some rain today? in fact, they already are. and there could >> all of your friday weather was brought to you by samsung. oh, robin roberts? >> all the way over here. this is a great audience. ready for the weekend. >>> a lot of people are familiar with happy feet. the little penguin made his way from new zealand and was nursed back to health and released in the ocean earlier this month. it turns out, seaworld san diego was doing almost the same thing for a sea turtle, that spent almost two years rehabbing. and "gma" contributor, cameron mathison, has that story for us. >> reporter: the turtle found two years ago, just days fro
. for example, one hog farmer in indiana says she spends 10-15 hours a week specifically complying just with regulations, including keeping records of every load of manure that she carries out of her barn and because she happens to own 10,000 hogs, she says that's a whole lot of record keeping. north virginia grain farmer calvin hale who raises soybeans says worry about epa regulations actually keeps him up at night. >> i would say any regulation from the epa is worrisome to us. they have a lot of power and nobody seems to have a hold on what they can do. >> reporter: but the epa says it plays a vital safety role and that there are many myths and rumors floating around about what the agency does and doesn't do and also about future regulations that could be coming down the pipe. for example, the agency says reports about plans to regulate dust on farms are false, and tells fox news, quote, epa has profound respect for the contribution that farmers make to our economy by producing food, fiber and fuel for our world, they are in close contact with farmers and ranchers and have made them a
, that total does not include the cost to individuals or insurance companies. indiana lists say -- independent analysts, say. >>> we're also talking about high-paying careers that are in demand right now. the top ten jobs in america with promising futures. >>> and a pleasanton family watches as a very destructive guest turns his frustration on the family's car. >>> 7:51. a contra costa father is paying tribute to hundreds of u.s. soldiers, sailors and airmen who have lost their lives in the wars in iraq an afghanistan. kevin graves is a gold-star father. his son, joey, died in iraq while serving in the army. graves has built a foundation in his name and is working with families to create banners to memorialize the fallen troops. >> they've been noticed by lot of people. there's gonna be those that get it and those that don't. that's just the way it is. >> we were very saddened about the ages of these young men. i just -- >> there are 26 banners hanging in the town of discovery bay. each honers a servicemember from northern california. the foundation hopes to provide a banner for all of the tro
the next community. they're from louisiana and indiana and california and illinois and every year you see more t-shirts from more locations. after katrina we just jumped on his band wagon. this whole paying it forward thing is contagious. >> like this big dysfunctional family reunion of these disaster survivors who get together and do a barn raising. >> banging nails and building something but the relationships help you heal. >> it's about using the 9/11 anniversary to celebrate the 9/11 spirit. >> we'll see you all next year. >> people say thank you for doing this. i say you want to tlang me? show up on the next one. >> jeff's group has restored an american flag from ground zero now known as the national 9/11 flag. to find out more about his work or to make a donation go to cnn heroes.com and join the conversation on cnn heroes, facebook, and twitter pages as well. u.s. troops in afghanistan talked to suzanne malveaux about the 9/11 attacks. emotions are still very raw for some. suzanne will be joining us live from kabul after this. [ nurse ] i'm a hospice nurse. britta olsen is my patie
of heavy rain illinois pushing into indiana. quiet conditions for us along the east coast for the most part it will stay that way today, with the exception of a couple lonely showers and thunderstorms popping up here and there, i think particularly north and west of the city late this afternoon and during the evening hours, how much rain? not a lot looking at our future cast, projection of what is going to be going on during the course of the day clear skies for the most part this morning a little bit of fog out there this morning. that is it maybe around 5:00 p.m., a couple showers popping up mention off to the north and west there you see that there and through the evening hours, tomorrow better chance of having rainfall move in here including a couple thunderstorms in afternoon and evening, forecast today, looks like this mostly sunny and warm a few afternoon thunderstorms, 87 degrees for your high, then for tonight temperatures 60s. partly cloudy isolated early showers and thunderer storms, 69 degrees for your low, five day forecast, all right, 87
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from washington, indiana. caller: good morning. mr. kucinich, i wish i lived in a district where i could vote for you. i agree with almost everything you stand for and what you do. guest: thank you. caller: i will tell you, the fact that we don't have the pipeline for natural gas along our interstate systems, it burns me up. we and the united states has no energy policy. i do not know what we have been doing since the first arab embargo back in the 1970's. i sat in line for hours and we're still doing that. it is like nobody is home. i wish you had more ability to do things and get things straightened out. host: what can you do? guest: we need an american energy policy and we need to invest in the transition and our economy away from resources that would ruin the environment. decorates a cost on individuals in terms of their own personal health. the air that we breathe it gets polluted by certain energy sources. we need a new manufacturing policy. we need a new trade policy where we cancel -- we cancel all of our trade agreements. they are contingent on workers' rights, on cuban ri
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